18 October 2023
|Exclusion of liability
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Infringement proceedings against Italy are reduced to 77 after the European Commission decided on 18 October to close 3 infringements. This is the best result since November 2019.
The three cases closed concern:
- the reduced rate of registration tax for the purchase of the first non-luxury home
- prevention of the use of the financial system for the purposes of money laundering or terrorist financing
- administrative cooperation in the field of taxation
The 77 infringements against Italy were opened for violation of EU law (61) or for failure to transpose directives (16).
The environment with 15 cases is the highest incidence of infringements, followed by economic and financial affairs (9) and transport (8).